Le Moulin Rose de Malescasse 2014

Haut-Mé­doc - Cru Bour­geois

VertdeVin - - Wine Reviews -

The nose is fruity, fleshy and quite gour­mand. It re­veals notes of crushed black­berry, cas­sis and slight notes of flint as­so­ci­ated with dis­creet notes of io­dine min­er­al­ity, hints of black cherry, a touch of flow­ers as well as touch of toasted and caramelized. The palate is fruity, fresh, well-bal­anced and of­fers a beau­ti­ful min­er­al­ity, a small juici­ness, a good vol­ume and fat. In the mouth this wine ex­presses notes of juicy black­berry, juicy straw­berry and more slightly of small berries as­so­ci­ated with hints of blue­berry, racy min­er­al­ity, a hint of io­dine, slight touch of toasted oak, sweet spices (vanilla, car­damom), a dis­creet hint of flow­ers as well as an im­per­cep­ti­ble hint of pep­per and cho­co­late. Tan­nins are fine and struc­tur­ing. Good length and beau­ti­ful suave per­sis­tence.

An easy-drink­ing and quite gour­mand wine.

Score : 14.75

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